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Re: Grateful Dead Pacific Northwest 73/74 Box Set Talk
« Reply #15 on: September 11, 2018, 08:37:55 PM »
I know this isn't the box, but you guys should all check out today's anniversary show from 74.

Jerry and Billy come in during Seastones and segue into a long, groovy, different Eyes of the World. Worth hearing.

http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=586835

That one is dope.
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Re: Grateful Dead Pacific Northwest 73/74 Box Set Talk
« Reply #16 on: September 11, 2018, 08:43:37 PM »
They did a great job with the mix of this box.  Have only heard a few tracks from the sampler but they are killer.  Makes me want to buy the vinyl but not sure I will.  The Portland show has a couple of great sequences, but I prefer the other shows as a whole. 

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Re: Grateful Dead Pacific Northwest 73/74 Box Set Talk
« Reply #17 on: September 11, 2018, 09:08:43 PM »
They did a great job with the mix of this box.  Have only heard a few tracks from the sampler but they are killer.  Makes me want to buy the vinyl but not sure I will.  The Portland show has a couple of great sequences, but I prefer the other shows as a whole.

Cmon bro, if you donít buy the PDX vinyl Iím banishing you back to the East Coast.   :samurai:
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Re: Grateful Dead Pacific Northwest 73/74 Box Set Talk
« Reply #18 on: September 11, 2018, 11:40:46 PM »
They did a great job with the mix of this box.  Have only heard a few tracks from the sampler but they are killer.  Makes me want to buy the vinyl but not sure I will.  The Portland show has a couple of great sequences, but I prefer the other shows as a whole.

Cmon bro, if you donít buy the PDX vinyl Iím banishing you back to the East Coast.   :samurai:

I'll pick it up.  I love the cover art. Almost wish the vinyl was of the sampler.  It's so good.  I have to go downtown tomorrow, maybe I will snag it at EM.

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Re: Grateful Dead Pacific Northwest 73/74 Box Set Talk
« Reply #19 on: September 12, 2018, 05:36:21 PM »

Agreed, they're all really good.

Vancouver '73 So much good stuff in the 1st set, the Truckin' thru Sugar Mag segment is also bananas
Portland '74 WRS > Wharf Rat might be my favourite thing on the box, very early Peggy-O too
Portland '73 Dark Star > Eyes
Seattle '74 47 minute Playin' = longest GD jam
Seattle '73 Huge Other One
Vancouver '74 had never heard this show, the Nobody's Fault But Mine is cool

Holy crap this is nuts.  I must have heard it before, I'm sure but wow.  Sounds amazing.  They go deep.

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Re: Grateful Dead Pacific Northwest 73/74 Box Set Talk
« Reply #20 on: September 12, 2018, 06:42:25 PM »

Agreed, they're all really good.

Vancouver '73 So much good stuff in the 1st set, the Truckin' thru Sugar Mag segment is also bananas
Portland '74 WRS > Wharf Rat might be my favourite thing on the box, very early Peggy-O too
Portland '73 Dark Star > Eyes
Seattle '74 47 minute Playin' = longest GD jam
Seattle '73 Huge Other One
Vancouver '74 had never heard this show, the Nobody's Fault But Mine is cool

Holy crap this is nuts.  I must have heard it before, I'm sure but wow.  Sounds amazing.  They go deep.

I've heard the Gans GDH version.  Pumped to hear this entire box esp the '74 shows.  Besides Reno(5/12) and Santa Barbara(5/25), this release + Dave's 9 covers all of May '74.   
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Re: Grateful Dead Pacific Northwest 73/74 Box Set Talk
« Reply #21 on: September 17, 2018, 09:14:41 PM »

Just jumping in here to say that the Seattle 74 Eyes Of The World is sofa king good.

It's got a little "type 2" moment in there where you forget what planet you're on.

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Re: Grateful Dead Pacific Northwest 73/74 Box Set Talk
« Reply #22 on: September 18, 2018, 01:19:15 PM »
Rank the shows from the set, please.

All are a ten.

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In all seriousness, 5/19/74 is the fucking shit.... So I'd start there but I'd get the whole thing.

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